Old vines and rigorous parcel selection make for a gloriously expressive Chablis. Stunning fruit concentration with a wide, creamy texture held together with super tension by a saline persistence and benchmark Chablis chalkiness.
Baron Patrick de Ladoucette created the Grand Regnard cuvée in 1992, which later became the emblem of the wine estate. Chablis Grand Régnard is presented in a collection bottle dating from the 18th century. This exceptional cuvée comes from the best plots of the property, including Premier and Grand Cru plotss, with vineyards of 30 years old on average. The harvest is manual and the pressing is intended to be delicate in order to produce a Chablis which is velvety, structured and ample in the mouth. Regnard gives another dimension to the Chardonnay of Burgundy, especially with its depth and minerality.
Maison Régnard was founded in 1860 by Zehir Régnard in the historic centre of the town of Chablis. In 1984, Baron Patrick de Ladoucette took over the Domaine and has continued to perpetuate and improve the style and typicity of the wines.